Salvatori + Studio Piet Boon

The first dutch flagship store dedicated to Home, Lighting and Bathroom collections

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Salvatori + Studio Piet Boon
03/02/2020 - Italian design company Salvatori announces their first flagship store in the Netherlands in partnership with renowned Dutch design agency, Studio Piet Boon. Forming part of a new 500 square meter bathroom showroom, Salvatori has been invited by Studio Piet Boon a company that shares a passion for timeless and high-quality design to participate in a new venture in the thriving design district of north Amsterdam. 
 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

Salvatori is an internationally renowned design brand headquartered in Querceta, Tuscany, an area celebrated for its marble quarries. Founded with a specialisation in natural stone, today, under third-generation CEO Gabriele Salvatori, the company continues a tradition of innovation though collaborating with leading designers and architects such as Vincent Van Duysen, Piero Lissoni, John Pawson and Elisa Ossino, and industry leading sustainability initiatives many of which will be exhibited at the Amsterdam flagship store. 
 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

Curated to showcase the broad range of diverse range of products and surfaces, the flagship store will present pieces from across the Home, Lighting and Bathroom collections that demonstrate the attention to detail, material and craftsmanship. Elisa Ossino's Balnea collection articulates the expressive potential of Bianca Carrara marble, contrasting the weightlessness of the pleated linen shower curtains with the mass of a bathtub carved from one contiguous, carefully selected piece of stone. Together with a basin and mirror that echo the simple, elegant form of the monolithic bathtub, the collection foregrounds the bathroom as a place of calm and contemplation. 
 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

Complementing Ossino's collection, the flagship also features basins from David Lopez Quincoces bathroom range, which pairs natural stone with wood shaped by some of Italy's finest wood workers, wall mounted basins and mirrors by Ossino, and a selection of smaller, sculptural basins demonstrating the range of finishes and stone that Salvatori offers. 
 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

Of particular note from the Home Collection, Piero Lissoni's Colonnata bookcase uses ten different natural stones to create a playful statement piece, the colour animating the space it is set in. At the flagship store, the bookshelf has been dressed with a number of smaller products, including Ossino's three-dimensional interpretation of the bottles from Giorgio Morandi still lifes, pieces in brass and marble from Studiocharlie's desk collection, and paperweights and pen holders designed by Vincent Van Duysen. Additionally, Salvatori's lighting collection is represented by Farfalla, which uses the translucent properties of marble to give the elegant, thin lighting system a sense of weightlessness, and Urano, a hollow sphere carved from a cube of Bianca Carrara over five days and finished carefully by hand sophisticated design that achieves a simple and timeless beauty. 
 
STUDIO PIET BOON BATHROOM SHOWROOM
Skoon 80 D
1511 HV Oostzaan
Netherlands
 
SALVATORI on ARCHIPRODUCTS photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

 photography by Thomas De Bruyne

photography by Thomas De Bruyne

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